OPI: La Boheme – Holiday on Broadway Collection

Do you also have lemmings you’re pretty sure of that they’ll never be killed? I have… lots actually. La Boheme by OPI is one of them. Finally I managed to get my hands on it. Woot woot!opi-la-boheme-bottleLa Boheme is part of the Holiday on Broadway Collection (2003). It has the ‘old’ style long thin brush. Formula is on the thin side and therefore slightly runny, but with a little more precise attention while applying that didn’t gave me any problems. I am absolutely loving this polish. LOVE I tell ya!

This is two coats plus top coat:opi-la-boheme-swatch1And here’s a pic taken in indirect sunlight:opi-la-boheme-swatchI bought this polish as a part of a Holiday on Broadway duo which also consists Thoroughly Modern Millie (swatch coming soon!):opi-holiday-on-broadwayAre you, like me, a fanatic fan of hunting down ‘old’ treasures? Ebay is my biggest friend 😉

15 thoughts on “OPI: La Boheme – Holiday on Broadway Collection

  1. Oooooh, La Boheme it’s one of my biggest lemmings! Also because I have a real veneration for Man of La Mancha and have like 2/3 of the whole collection minus these two 😀
    Good job on getting them, I’m so envious!

  2. Kind of sad that it doesn’t seem to reflect the color shift on nails as it does in the bottle. Maybe I’m just bad at detecting it? It does look very gorgeous either way 🙂

  3. Oiiiiiiii now THAT is something someone here would LOVE 😉 Guess who? Guess who? 😛
    beautiful polish, but how long ago did the change the size of the brushes??

    • Why doesn’t that surprise me?! 😉
      I honestly have no idea when they changed the brushes exactly. I have more oldies with the old style brushes and even ones with the ‘stinky’ formula… lol 😀

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